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TUBING: PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)

$ 32.10 excl. GST

PTFE Tubing for ideal use with the UNI-STOP stoppers SMALL, REGULAR and LARGE.
Price is for a pack of 10 x 200 mm lengths

Supercedes glass tubing.
Eliminates risk of glass causing wrist injury.
Durable and long lasting.
Internal Diameter: 5-6 mm (approx).
External Diameter: 8-9 mm (approx).
* (Image is for reference, stoppers not included).

INFO:
What is PTFE? 
PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene), a synthetic polymer compound (fluoropolymer) of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE), used as a non-stick coating for pans and various cookware.

What are PTFE properties?
PTFE tubing is a strong, tough, white, waxy-feeling, semi-crystalline industrial thermoplastic with the lowest friction coefficient of any plastic material.
Due to the strength of carbon–fluorine bonds, it is very non-reactive thus used in containers and pipework for reactive and corrosive chemicals.
Well-known for its non-stick properties (unmatched by any other plastic), it is also
hydrophobic, non-wetting, with a high density that makes for excellent high temperature and chemical resistance that property-wise remains unchanged over a broad range of temperatures.
This unique combination of properties makes this versatile material useful for a wide variety of applications.

 

In stock (can be backordered)

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Description

PTFE Tubing for ideal use with the UNI-STOP stoppers SMALL, REGULAR and LARGE.
Price is for a pack of 10 x 200 mm lengths

Supercedes glass tubing.
Eliminates risk of glass causing wrist injury.
Durable and long lasting.
Internal Diameter: 5-6 mm (approx).
External Diameter: 8-9 mm (approx).
* (Image is for reference, stoppers not included).

INFO:
What is PTFE? 
PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene), a synthetic polymer compound (fluoropolymer) of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE), used as a non-stick coating for pans and various cookware.

What are PTFE properties?
PTFE tubing is a strong, tough, white, waxy-feeling, semi-crystalline industrial thermoplastic with the lowest friction coefficient of any plastic material.
Due to the strength of carbon–fluorine bonds, it is very non-reactive thus used in containers and pipework for reactive and corrosive chemicals.
Well-known for its non-stick properties (unmatched by any other plastic), it is also
hydrophobic, non-wetting, with a high density that makes for excellent high temperature and chemical resistance that property-wise remains unchanged over a broad range of temperatures.
This unique combination of properties makes this versatile material useful for a wide variety of applications.